In recent years, the term “school choice” has been making waves, and in Missouri, it’s more than just a buzzword – it’s now a reality. A new law in the Show-Me State allows the redirecting of tax dollars to grant parents greater flexibility in choosing private schools for their children.
It’s one of the largest cyber-attacks in history and you might be one of the millions of people impacted. Experts said the cyber-attack was so bad even the most sensitive health information stored by the federal government was stolen!
Almost one year after a gunman killed a teacher and student inside a South City high school, St. Louis Metropolitan Police have released few details about the attack, information that could help keep schools in St. Louis and across the country safe.
The fiancée of a man now charged in a recent hostage situation at the St. Louis City Justice Center told only First Alert 4 his actions were a result of the severe mistreatment he endured while incarcerated there.
St. Louis has long grappled with the fate of its vacant buildings. While many debates have centered around this issue, one developer interviewed by News 4 Investigates points to a surprising obstacle: the city itself.
In a lawsuit against St. Louis City, new videos have been released that show several inmates inside St. Louis City Criminal Justice Center being maced and pepper-sprayed, sparking criticism from advocates who claim it provides proof of inhumane treatment within the jail.
Grabbing bag after bag of stuffed animals, Olga and Travone Mister quickly fill carts outside Mercy Children’s Hospital in St. Louis County. The Misters are on one of several stops, donating toys they hope will comfort young patients.
More than a week after Kim Gardner resigned, ripple effects of her leadership in the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office continue to surface as a man claims prosecutors are mishandling his case after already admitting they made mistakes locking him up before.
Following St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s sudden resignation, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is trying to find a permanent successor to lead the Circuit Attorney’s Office and he met with staff Wednesday trying to reassure them about the transition.
It has been a little more than 24 hours since Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner resigned from office. But there are still a massive caseload and the question of what happens between now and her last day, June 1.
The Presiding Judge of the circuit court that covers St. Louis City recently sent a letter to Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, saying she has concerns over the number of cases still assigned to attorneys who no longer work in Gardner’s office
Some people in the Metro said they’re shocked to learn that their names, addresses, and other data are being sold for profit by a government agency, the Department of Revenue, which contracts all License Officers in the state.